Small Disadvantaged Enterprises
As a Small Disadvantaged Business, you can apply to contract with the government.
Small Disadvantaged Businesses get around 10% of all federal contract funds, or about $50 billion in contracts, each year.
The Small Business Administration's Office of Government Contracting and Business Development tracks the success of 24 Executive Branch agencies in contracting with SDBs.
If you satisfy the following conditions, you can register your business as a Small Disadvantaged Business:
● One or more disadvantaged people must own and control at least 51% of the company.
● The individual or people who are disadvantaged must be both socially and economically disadvantaged.
● According to the SBA's size requirements, the company must be small.
The complete qualifying standards may be found in SBA's Code.
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